is an addition to all of that, if we think washington is going to redesign itself and breathe life back into the constitution, it's not. the constitution provides the salvation for the constitution in article five, with the state convention process, where we the people, working from the bottom up, through our states, over a period of time, even those of us in dark, dark blue states, you never know, events are going to change the politics of a given state and so forth. we have to seize back what is ours. and what is ours is a constitutional republic and right now, i don't know what we have, but it's becoming increasingly authoritarian. >> there seems to be this divide, there's the tea party movement, i kind of consider myself part of, and there's a more establishment wing. every time we have a primary election, it ends up, you got dole, mccain, romney. more moderate republicans. >> lose, lose, lose. >> okay.